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Odometry is the use of data from moving sensors to estimate change in position over time.

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" and "actual camera pose". What came to my mind is to drive the vehicle possibly perfectly forwards and use stereo visual odometry to detect the angle of vehicle movement as seen by camera (which is … the vector I am looking for). The LIBVISO library for visual odometry can output a 3D vector of movement change from one stereo frame to another which could be used to detect the needed vector. The …
asked Jun 13 '15 by Kozuch
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) with stereo visual odometry. Today's consumer GNSS chips seem to have reasonably stable accuracy in the 5m range. The VISO 2 library has a translation error of about 3% on 500m distance. The idea is to … use the visual odometry for "smoothing" the rough GPS track. The question is how this can be technically done in terms of SW. The input would be two tracks - one from GPS device and the other VISO 2 library. I think I need a kind of filter that will fuse the sensor data to get greater precision. …
asked Sep 8 '14 by Kozuch
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What is the core principle of a monocular visual odometry algorithm? I mean, after calibrating a single camera (undistortion etc.) images are fed into an algorithm - what exactly does this algorithm … scale work - is it set randomly? I found following mono odometry libraries: indirect methods (using image features) Avi Singh via OpenCV (blog post) - uses Nister’s 5-point algorithm VISO2 …
asked Sep 27 '16 by Kozuch
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I would like to mechanically measure the distance a kids electric ATV traveled. The ATV will not be used with kids but as a mobile robot instead. It has a common rear axle for both rear wheels which I …
asked Apr 8 '16 by Kozuch